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In June, futurists Ray Kurzweil and Peter Diamandis are launching what they call Singularity University. Seeking to facilitate fundamental leaps in technology, they are bringing together leading experts in cutting-edge disciplines like nanotechnology, robotics, and artificial intelligence to teach the next generation of thinkers in these and other fields.
This BusinessWeek.com slide show presents a who's who of Singularity University founders, faculty, and advisers. Each slide lists the person's role at Singularity and brief biographical information.